All the Food

All the Food

While I may not be a plating genius, the welcome dinner poolside (and on a wooden surfboard) did not disappoint. All the sashimi, poke and sushi you could eat. Yum! We headed to Imari for a work team dinner at the Hilton Waikoloa Resort where we stayed. I had a...
Petroglyphs & Green Sand Beaches

Petroglyphs & Green Sand Beaches

After breakfast in the treehouse, we headed back to Volcanoes National Park to check out the petroglyphs (see above), Devil’s Mouth (a giant hole in the ground, so, not pictured), and some winding roads that led down to an expansive, ocean view (30 miles long,...
Volcanoes & Treehouses

Volcanoes & Treehouses

Oh my, how I’ve missed you all! My recent trips have all been work-related and haven’t left me with much time to blog until now. Brian came with me and enjoyed the week with a couple of the other vacationing husbands at the resort we were working at in...
Japan – Day 12 – Tokyo

Japan – Day 12 – Tokyo

When Brian and I moved to Southern California right after our honeymoon. As we settled into our new geography, including Disneyland and Disney California Adventure. I think we only went to each once or twice, but it’s a fun memory of the early days. It seemed fun, and...
Japan – Day 11 – Magome

Japan – Day 11 – Magome

After a traditional Japanese breakfast, we packed our bags and dropped them off at the visitor’s center. For roughly $20, we got to go on a lovely hike without our luggage (worth every penny!). We were treated to the perfect day for a hike, despite rumors the day...

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